- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to go to some beach that very few people know about called Praia do Buracão. What a great decision. When I got to the beach the sun was already essentially down. I was bummed and thought about just going home but I had just paid for a cab to get there and didn't feel like figuring out which bus to take so I sat down on a rock 20 meters from the water and began strumming. I wrote some music and within a half hour a guy around my age walked up to me and sat down on the rock next ...
... for me to have, while we just talked like old times :) I gave them their presents, which they loved, so I'm happy about that. I took a tour of their house. It's neat to finally know where your friends live after all this time instead of just imagining. Then Mrs. Rosaneli made me lunch of rice and beans and steak with onions and potatoes. Also, a maracujŠ juice drink that is DELICOUS. And I guess it is very popular and they drink it a lot, so that's cool. She made it ...
... engines to ster - sometimes one engine in full reverse to other turn or counteract the forces of waves and current. Back to the anchorage 23:00 for a very welcome nightcap. Today halos been spent trying to locate the problem and a fixer who arrives tomorrow morning. ...
... track back to the main road seemed to be less long than on arrival. And after a few more hours we arrived at our beach resort, Aracaju, which featured a large town with a built-up strip of hotels, restaurants and bars to the south and beach bars stretching out along the miles of beach further south still. We only had a couple of nights so we spent time at a beach bar with a fabulous beach, though the waves were too strong for swimming, just good for getting knocked over! ...
... to meet them. This was a great disappointment for us initially but after the presentation by Valmir we left, still feeling very inspired.
Valmir is the only man who works for the Sisters and he explained that his role covers caretaker, press secretary, advocate, negotiator, chauffer and what we would term general ambassador. All this, in addition to his other works in the community as social worker, youth worker, counselor etc. The sisters currently ...